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Below are a further selection of smashing cats happily homed after being seen on Cat Chat.
If YOU have homed a cat with Cat Chat’s help, we'd love to know! If you have adopted a cat after seeing them on Cat Chat, or shelters who have re-homed a cat with Cat Chat's help, please email us as follows (with a photo if possible): This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it., and they could star on our "Roll of Honour"!


Moshi Marshall from Bart's Legacy Cat Rescue, homed through Cat ChatThanks to your amazing page, Moshi Marshall has found a home! Before he ended up at Bart's, he'd lived on the streets for 2 years after his humans abandoned him. He'd injured himself before he was caught, and it took his wound 8 months to heal. The human at Bart's spent a lot of time with him, helping his mental scars as well as his physical scars heal. He has now found a very, very special home.

Bart's Legacy Cat Rescue, Rochdale

Luna, Jasmine & Willow

Luna, Jasmine & Willow, from Aylesbury Cat Rescue, Buckinghamshire, homed through Cat ChatWonderful news here at ACR: Luna (pictured) received a lot of interest after being seen on our Cat Chat page, the most received in quite a while. There is a lot of British Shorthairs fans out there which was good as we had a few to home. Before we had a chance to add Jasmine and Willow to our page, we were able to find them a wonderful home,  Willow walked straight out her basket and made herself straight at home. Jasmine as expected was slower to settle in, went straight to her bed and stayed there for 24hrs but then curiosity got the better of her and she’s started to explore. Luna already looks like she’s always lived in her new forever home, from curling up on the sofa, to lying in bed with her Mum.

Aylesbury Cat Rescue, Buckinghamshire


Maisie, Daisy & Gizmo from Feline Network Cat Rescue, homed through Cat ChatFabulous news: Gizmo and Daisy, as well as Maisie, were spotted on Cat Chat! Maisie (left) had had a traumatic year with her sibling passing away and seemed depressed but she became loving, cuddly and content at her foster home. She had one litter of kittens before being spayed and was a devoted mum for 16 weeks. She enjoys human company, purrs non stop, and is a genuinely content little soul who is sure to make her new owner feel loved and wanted. A bonded pair, mum and daughter Gizmo (right) and Daisy (centre) are very affectionate cats who now have a lovely new home together. We are so pleased, as you can imagine.

Feline Network Cat Rescue, Paignton


Charlie from Little Cottage Rescue, homed through Cat ChatCharlie found his new family via Cat Chat. Charlie really is Mr. Fabulous. Full of fun and character, he can be a bit enthusiastic with the other cats so wanted to be the only pet in the household. Incredibly friendly, he has an independent streak and is very much his own man and so needed to find a family who'd understand this. Thanks again for all you do.

Little Cottage Rescue, Luton


Domino from Brinsley Animal Rescue, homed through Cat ChatDomino was homed via Cat Chat - thanks. Domino came into our care as a stray who had lost her kittens. She was very scared, undernourished and grieving. In foster care she came on in leaps and bounds and became a confident loving girl with a gentle nature who loves to play. She has some very cute dots on her nose, hence the name, and she's also very vocal. She loves a fuss, but is not yet a lap cat. Domino would suit living with other cats. She now has a home with someone willing to give her time to settle in.

Brinsley Animal Rescue, Nottingham


Bobby from Whinnybank Cat Sanctuary, homed through Cat ChatWe are pleased to say that Bobby has been homed after being spotted on Cat Chat. He's eight and a half years and had lost his lady owner a couple of years ago, and then his male owner had to go into care. So he was feeling sad and was needing company. He needed to be the only cat in the house and was suitable for an older person. He has found his ideal home.

Whinnybank Cat Sanctuary, Newburgh


Kevin from Cat Action Trust 1977 Doncaster South, homed through Cat ChatKevin has found his forever home via Cat Chat. Thank you. Kevin, born June, is a very handsome chap. He is confident, very playful and affectionate. He would love lots of toys and a catio or similar. Due to his colour he needed a secure space, and could not be allowed to roam.

Cat Action Trust 1977, Doncaster South


Cookie from Mitzi's Kitty Corner, homed through Cat ChatCookie was seen on your site, so thank you. We are so grateful to you. This handsome tuxedo puss is an affectionate lap-cat, an ideal furry friend for a more home-based cat lover/s. He is at his happiest snuggled up on a welcome lap or comfy chair.  He is mostly an indoor cat but would like the opportunity to venture outdoors in safe location. He is a sensible, kind boy seeking a quiet adult home (older gentle children). With an older friendly puss he should be fine. Unfortunately and sadly he is frightened of dogs. He thrives on human companionship so was very keen to find his special person ASAP.

Mitzi's Kitty Corner, Totnes


Alex, from MogsnDogs, Cambridge, homed through Cat ChatWe're pleased to say that Alex has now been rehomed and was found through Cat Chat. Thank you so much! Alex is a very handsome boy, 21 months old and has the most stunning white whiskers! He loves company and fuss and is a very happy content moggy! Sadly owner is moving and Alex cannot go with them due to a ‘no pets' policy. Thought you'd like to know about a successful rehoming :)

MogsnDogs, Cambridge


Gilly & Pumpkin from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, homed through Cat ChatGilly (left) & Pumpkin have been rehomed after being seen on Cat Chat. Gilly had a very sad start in life. She was found in a distressed state by a very busy crossroads. We deduced from her behaviour that she had had kittens; these might have been sold on, and she was dumped! She is no more than a year old, and she is one of the most affectionate cats we have ever had. I think she was glad to be safe and having some TLC. She will make a lovely pet for her loving family, she cwtches into you and purrs.
Pumpkin was rejected by his former owner, and was quite shy but with the right home and patience he would make a lovely companion. He's been an indoor cat but we are sure when he's happy with his new surroundings he could explore the outside world. He's a handsome boy that so needed a secure forever home. Two lucky moggies to be advertised on this site! Thank you.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend


Beth, Jay, June from Ann & Bill's Cat Rescue, homed through Cat ChatJust to let you know that these three have been rehomed thanks to being seen on Cat Chat. Jay (centre), a quiet girl who's a bit shy, has gone to a family who just loves cats. June (right) is very friendly and affectionate once she knows you, has gone to a young couple, and is well settled in new home. Beth (left), a very loving young lady, has got a lovely home with a young couple. All the best and thank you.

Ann & Bill's Cat Rescue, Hornchurch


Gnocchi from Precious Paws Cat Rescue, homed through Cat ChatGnocchi was homed through Cat Chat - thank you so much as always. She is very definite about what she wants and doesn't want, but as she really likes lots of things that is all right. She loves to play and to explore so needed safe outdoor access once settled. Loves all her food. Loves strokes and will purr when you stroke her even when she's having a nap. Stamps biscuits on your knee before settling down. She loves sitting on your lap. She has a good wash and keeps herself well groomed, and she'll sometimes groom her human too. But she does not like other cats so needed a home as only cat.

Precious Paws Cat Rescue, York


Miss Tiggs, from Mitzi's Kitty Corner, homed through Cat ChatA big thank you to Catchat. Miss Tiggs was spotted on your site by a 5 star cat lover and is now enjoying her life in a young loving family. She is a beautiful slender girl with a lovely nature. She is super affectionate, bright and cheerful and is in good health. She enjoys a fuss and happily rubbed up against the legs of her foster mum and dad. She should be fine with older children who are gentle and familiar with cats. We understand that she'd always been a house cat but we think she might enjoy access to a secure garden.

Mitzi's Kitty Corner, Totnes


Hamish, Flynn & Hamish, homed via Cat ChatGreat news - Hamish has been homed after being spotted on our Cat Chat page as have a pair of ginger boys: Flynn, 18 weeks (left) & (another) Hamish, 14 weeks. Due to unfortunate circumstances long-haired Hamish was looking for a new home. He is a 7 year old who is very affectionate, loves company and likes to go outside. Younger cats Flynn and Hamish posed carefully so that their leg stripes line up, and although not brothers they were bonded and have found a home together.

Whinnybank Cat Sanctuary, Newburgh


Salem & Twinkle from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, homed through Cat ChatJust to let you know Salem (left) and Twinkle have been rehomed with the help of Cat Chat. They had been with us for some time. Salem is a little shy at first but loves his food. He'd lived happily with a family for 6 years and was got rid of because of a child on the scene. Salem needed a loving home where he'd be loved entirely and never abandoned again. Twinkle is a lovely mature girl but still playful. Although she could live with other cats she can be a little bossy, so she would be happier as the only cat in the household.  She is very friendly so would suit a household with older children who would not pull her about but play sensibly with her.  Because of personal circumstances of her owner who could no longer keep her, she came into rescue. Without Cat Chat I think they would still be with us! Many thanks.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend


Jasmine & Jasper from Crescent Cat Rescue, homed through Cat ChatWe do believe that the new owners mentioned Cat Chat! Jasmine (left) is a lovely girl and is the calmer one of the two. She's a little more reserved but once she's used to you, she'll come out of her shell. She likes to play and to nap (a lot!) and overall is just a lovely-natured girl. They were both in a pen with a few other cats so could definitely be in a home with other feline friends. Jasper's the more lively one of the two. He too likes to play a lot and be a little minx. He just adores a cuddle and fuss. He's a very distinguished gentleman with his white flecks. He's really tiny too so looks a lot younger than he is.

Crescent Cat Rescue, Tendring


Rhea, from Feline Friends, Winchester homed through Cat ChatRhea has been homed after being spotted on Cat Chat. She’s a five year old tabby and white girl, friendly and affectionate, but would prefer to be the only cat in the house. She is fully vaccinated and neutered.

Feline Friends, Winchester


Isabelle, from CRG Animal Rescue, Leicester homed through Cat ChatWe'd like to thank you for your help. Isabelle was spotted on Cat Chat and has now been offered her forever home. She's a beautiful, fluffy, friendly girl. She loves a fuss and cuddle and her favourite feather toy. She would love access to outdoors as she's been used to this. Isabelle should be fine with other cats with slow introductions.

CRG Animal Rescue, Leicester


Ed & Ben from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, homed through Cat ChatEd (left) and Ben have been chosen after being seen on Cat Chat. Ed came to us as a result of a family breakdown. This is so sad for a cat....  He loves his food and needed a family that would not discard him again like an old piece of clothing. He is an affectionate cat that needs stability. Ben came into rescue because his owners could not take him into new rented accommodation. He is very affectionate, he can stand up for himself, but he can live with other cats. He too loves his food and a ball to play with. Ben needed to have his freedom again and a loving family to take care of him. Thank you for advertising them; without you they would still be in rescue.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend


Princess Penelope from Mitzi's Kitty Corner, homed through Cat ChatGreat news. Princess P has been rehomed - an ideal home. They saw her on Cat Chat.  We do not know anything of her history/background as she was taken to the vets by a kind person who found her wandering the streets. Penelope spent 2 weeks at the vets, where she was given regular meals as she was very thin, and given a health check - luckily everything was ok. Nobody claimed her, and that is when she came in to the rescue's care. She was a big hit with the vet staff, and it is easy to see why as she is such a lovely girl; very friendly and relaxed, she loves people and company, and is not nervous at all. She's a delightful girl.

Mitzi's Kitty Corner, Totnes

Heaven & Archie

Heaven & Archie, from Feline Network Cat Rescue, Paignton, homed through Cat ChatHeaven and Archie are in their lovely new home after being spotted on Cat Chat!!  Heaven (left), two year old tabby girl who is really coming out of her shell and would love a home of her own. Archie (right), five year old British Blue boy, he is loving, funny and friendly. Likes a little sit on your lap but then likes to carry on with exploring! He would be best as an only cat. Good health, eats well and plays when he is in the mood.

Feline Network Cat Rescue, Paignton


Harley's owners were moving abroad so she was looking for a new home.  She's the boss and she will tell you when she has had enough strokes. She is used to dogs and other cats and enjoys nothing better than snoozing on the end of the bed at night. She also enjoys being outdoors. We are so pleased that Harley has now found a new home after being spotted on our Cat Chat page :-) Thanks, as always, for your help.

Whinnybank Cat Sanctuary, Newburgh


Bella from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, homed through Cat ChatBig Bella the Fella (a male despite the name!) has been rehomed via Cat Chat. He's the partner to Snowball (listed separately). He's a large boy but has a lovely temperament. The couple who rehomed Snowball came back for Bella. Great news that they are being kept together - all because of Cat Chat.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend


Snowball & Miss Muffet from Maesteg Animal Wlelfare Society, homed through Cat ChatMiss Muffet (left) and Snowball have been rehomed after being seen on Cat Chat. Snowball was a victim of her owner being made homeless and then unable to find accommodation that would accept pets. When she came to the rescue on a temporary measure she was petrified but has turned into the most loving cat and very affectionate. She loves her food and loves cuddles.
Miss Muffet is a gentle cat who loves affection. She was handed over to a new owner after her first one no longer wanted her when she grew out of kittenhood. However, she was not neutered as new owner had been led to believe, and had kittens. She managed very well being such a young mother, but her new owner could not cope. They were all passed on to the rescue and without Cat Chat Miss Muffet, and Snowball, would still be with us. Thank you.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend


Dinky from Moonstone Rescue, homed through Cat ChatDinky is a lovely girl who is confident and loves flirting around for attention. She came into the rescue under the expectation of being there temporarily but after a few months it was clear she would not be able to return to her previous owner. This was no issue for her as she had settled well in her foster home and was an absolute joy to be around. We knew she would need a very special home. She has now moved to her forever home where she receives constant love and attention and the whole team couldn't be happier with her happily ever after. Dinky is greatly missed in the rescue, especially by her fosterer, but we know she is living her absolute best life and that's all we want, for all the cats that come into the rescue. Her new owners found her through Cat Chat.

Moonstone Rescue, Hertford


O'Malley, from Cats Protection South East Kent, Folkestone homed through Cat Chat"I can't thank Cat Chat, and Cats Protection, enough for helping me find Mr O'Malley.  He settled in almost immediately, and is an absolute joy.  Friendly and affectionate, he's very much his own cat.  He likes his food, playing with toys, especially catnip ones, and doing a lot of dashing round the house on some highly secret cat missions." Maggie

Mr. O'Malley was homed from Cats Protection South East Kent branch


Roger from Strawberry Persian Pedigree Cat Rescue, West Midlands, homed through Cat ChatRoger was rehomed via Cat Chat - thank you!  He's a chunky, fluffy, 1 year old Ragdoll x Persian cross boy. He is gorgeous looking! He can be initially tetchy, but improves once settled, so he needed someone patient who can give him time to get used to them. He has cattitude, but he should be loving once confident. He does swipe if scared, so was not suitable for children under 12.

Strawberry Persian Pedigree Cat Rescue, West Midlands


Fern from Axholme Cat Rescue, homed through Cat ChatA huge thank you - as the person who adopted Fern saw her on the Overlooked section. Fern is an older lady but has no health concerns. She enjoys having someone to talk to her and she will talk to them!  She had lived with a single person for most of her life until last year when they went into care. She was looking for a quiet, calm, gentle relaxed adult-only home where she could blossom. She does like to play now and again - she loves catnip toys! She'd love a garden to explore once well settled, though only to potter in and stretch her legs for a short time. She now has an amazing new life ahead! Thank you for the work you do.

Axholme Cat Rescue, Doncaster

Martha, Bubbles and Jeff

Martha, Bubbles and Jeff, from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend, homed through Cat ChatThese lovelies have been rehomed via Cat Chat. Sweet Martha (left) is a very shy girl who came from a family break up. Whenever this happens, we often find cats are shy and frightened - it may be because there was a load of arguing at home and raised voices. Bubbly Bubbles (middle) is such a friendly boy, he loves to be petted and enjoys lots of attention.  He loves treats and is quite content to sit and watch the world go by.  He came to us because his owner became extremely ill. Old Jeff (right) came to us because his owner went into a care home. He has spent most of his life with his elderly owner, he is a fit boy but doesn’t know why his owner has left him. So sad when this happens when homes for the elderly will not allow their beloved pets. 

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend


Poppy, 8 years old, was found through Cat Chat and now has a lovelyPoppy from CRG Animal Rescue, Leicester, homed through Cat Chat new home. She's a sweet-natured cat who's happy to be fussed and have a lap to sit on. Poppy loves to come and go as she pleases as she likes to explore outside, but is also happy with a sofa or bed to relax and sleep on. She'll lie and watch you whilst you're working in exchange for a fuss. Thank you for putting her on the Overlooked section.

CRG Animal Rescue, Leicester

Rita & Scarlet

Rita & Scarlet, from Ryedale & Scarborough Cats Welfare, Scarborough, homed through Cat ChatThese two lovelies have both been homed through Cat Chat. Rita (left) is a lovely friendly puss, brought up three kittens in a garage, all kits now homed. She is nervous to start with but soon comes for a fuss. Scarlet (right) is a friendly moggy who likes to sit on your knee and be fussed. thanks very much for your help.

Ryedale & Scarborough Cats Welfare, Scarborough


Chase from Little Cottage Rescue, homed through Cat ChatChase has been homed via Cat Chat. A handsome dark mackerel tabby boy, he came into rescue after living 2 cold winters outside. He and his brother Socks were thrown out at 12 weeks old and were cared for by kindly neighbours but it was never to be a long term arrangement and the carers wanted them to have a permanent loving home. He loved his new cosy bed and a bit of pampering with his fosterer but decided he wanted to be the only cat in the house, and he and his brother Socks fell out for some reason they are not telling us, but Chase has now found his happy forever home. Thanks again.

Little Cottage Rescue, Luton


Marley, from Mitzi’s Kitty Corner, Totnes, homed through Cat ChatWe have great news - overlooked kitty Marley has been rehomed. He was seen on your site. Thank you. Marley has a wonderful new home and immediatly settled. By the second night he was tucked up in bed with the couple. They adore him and he acts as though he has always lived with the family.

Mitzi’s Kitty Corner, Totnes


Mistie, from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend, homed through Cat ChatMistie has been rehomed via Cat Chat.  She has now settled in her new home, playful and enjoying life. Mistie came to us after her previous owner let her have two litters of kittens in order to sell them to make a bit of money.  She then discarded her and gave her to a friend.  This was a kitten herself having kittens, her owner would not pay to have her spayed so got rid of her.  The second owner had two very boisterous bull type dogs that harassed and chased her. This has all happened in a very short lifetime,  she is only a year old. Despite her ordeal, she is a delightful, friendly cat.  

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

Lord Charles & Lola

Lord Charles & Lola, from Precious Paws Cat Rescue, York , homed through Cat ChatBoth Lord Charles and Lola have been adopted having been spotted on Cat Chat. Well what can we tell you about Lord Charles (left) other than that he's rather handsome and very sweet and friendly? He came into our care after having lived with his elderly owner all his life but unfortunately his elderly owner needed to move and couldn't take Charles with him.  We expected him to be really unsure when he first came to us but actually he settled in quite quickly. Lola (right) came into our care after she wasn’t comfortable living with another cat. She can be quite shy at first around new people, tends to hide away but once warmed she is a loving cat. 

Precious Paws Cat Rescue, York 


Misty, from Silk Cat Rescue, Macclesfield, homed through Cat ChatBeautiful Misty was homed thanks to the new owner seeing her profile on Cat Chat :-) An absolutely adorable nature, Misty has a skin condition which means she needs to be kept on a special ‘Hair and Skin’ diet supplemented with a daily topping of omega 3 oil which she gleefully consumes. Her skin condition aside, Misty is just perfect – a friendly little cat who is both talkative and playful. And just look at those eyes!

Silk Cat Rescue, Macclesfield


Ken & Kitty Poppins from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, homed through Cat ChatKen (left) and Kitty Poppins have been homed after being seen on Cat Chat, as have most of our cats. Little Ken, not neutered or chipped then, came into our rescue after following a lady cat home and losing his way. Nobody seemed to miss or care about him. He is such a friendly little boy, estimated at 1 year but could be younger. He's now found a home where he will be cared for and looked after as part of the family. Little Kitty came into us because her owner was going  into rented accommodation that did not allow pets. She had always been a housecat, so would probably have been quite frightened if left outside. She is a shy girl, so would need some patience and TLC. She didn't know why she had lost her owner so was quite bewildered. She's now found a home.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend 


Siri, from Whinnybank Cat Sanctuary, Newburgh, homed through Cat ChatStunning Siri is an F3 Savannah girl ex-queen who has been spayed & microchipped. Siri is very skittish so we were looking for someone with experience of this breed and a lot of time to give her to overcome her skittishness. Amazing news - after a whole year of waiting for a new home (admittedly at times wondering if she would ever get a new home) Siri has finally been homed after being spotted on Cat Chat!! Many thanks for all that you do.

Whinnybank Cat Sanctuary, Newburgh


Chai, from Mitzi’s Kitty Corner, Totnes, homed through Cat ChatBeautiful tortie Chai (was Misty) was rehomed through Cat Chat. This was her second rehoming after the resident cat didn’t get on with her. She is lovely, playful and has had a lot happen to her in her very short life so far. We are lucky to have found her after struggling living in a rented property with other rescues! She will live out her days in luxury with her new house-mate Gatsby (left on pic) and her loving humans. 

Lou McFarlane and Mitzi’s Kitty Corner, Totnes


Oliver from New Beginnings Cat Rehoming, homed through Cat ChatOliver has been homed through Cat Chat - many thanks - having been with the rescue for some months with an injury that required 2 sessions of surgery. He's a very handsome black and white lad, neutered and around 2 years old. He arrived at the rescue with a nasty collar injury; he had  treatment and made a good recovery. He was looking for an indoor home with space to run around and burn off his energy. He's a bit of a daft boy, but has a beautiful soul. He wasn't sure about sharing any new home with other cats or children, but definitely no dogs. He's a companion to make anyone laugh and fill their heart with love!

New Beginnings Cat Rehoming, Gateshead


Storm, from Mitzi’s Kitty Corner, Totnes, homed through Cat ChatGreat news! Storm has a new very loving home. He is a very friendly, sociable and loving boy, used to being able to go outdoors. As luck would have it, two first class homes were offered for him. Thumbs up on home check so hard to choose, but the rural home seemed right for him. Soon enough Storm was basking in his new home, already claiming their bed. Thanks to Cat Chat. 

Mitzi’s Kitty Corner, Totnes


Smokey-Maesteg.jpgSmokey has been rehomed after being spotted on Cat Chat. Grey cats are very popular, so we knew he wouldn't be with us for long. Cat Chat made his rehoming even quicker. An elderly lady had been feeding him for 6 months. He was brought into our local vet as a stray because he had a huge burn on his neck and shoulder area; it looked as though he had either been in a car engine or under a hot exhaust.  He had been microchipped, but his chip had never been registered by his owner and the vet who implanted it had no record. We tried as much as we could to find his owner, but no luck. Smokey as we called him was nervous at first and his wound was very sore. He had extensive treatment. We were not sure whether his fur would grow back, but it did and he is the most handsome boy. He was OK with other cats, but very wary of them, so we thought he would suit a house on his own.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society


Honey, from Precious Paws Cat Rescue, Rickmansworth, homed through Cat ChatBeautiful two-year old Honey has been homed via Cat Chat. Unbelievably this gorgeous little girl was unwanted, together with her litter.

Precious Paws Cat Rescue, Rickmansworth


Extremely cute Sheba has been homed through Cat Chat. Sheba is a super friendly and calm young lady and will make a wonderful family addition. She loves a lap, a bed, a window ledge and even a tree. 

Feline Cat Rescue, Luton


Puma, from Whinnybank Cat Sanctuary, Newburgh, homed through Cat ChatPuma has now been homed after being spotted on our Cat Chat page. Puma is a six-year-old handsome grey gentleman who has a very calm nature. He is rarely restless, loves to lie lazily on a chair or sofa, and even better still, a nice cosy knee. Puma goes out but never wanders the streets. He goes out into the garden for a few minutes and then comes back. His favourite way to spend his free time is to sit in the garden door and watch the world outside.

Whinnybank Cat Sanctuary, Newburgh

Charlie, Dido & Izzie

Charlie, Dido & Izzie, from Mitzi's Kitty Corner, Totnes, homed through Cat ChatThese three beauties were all rehomed through your wonderful site.  Charlie (left) is very affectionate, happy with the family's friendly soppy dog and fine with older gentle children. This was a sad parting as Charlie had been loved ever since he was a kitten. His owner had arranged a good home for him with a friend but unfortunately that fell through at the last minute. Dido (middle) This darling girl is a very beautiful 'aristocat' - a Siamese cross.  She is very affectionate, loves cuddling up on a lap and sleeping on your bed at night. She also enjoys venturing outside into her safe garden. Izzie (right) was desperatly seeking a new loving adult home. She belonged to an elderly cat lover who moved into residential care and no provision was made for Izzie. She was left on her own. Thankfully Izzie’s neighbour is a great cat lover and has been looking after her. 

Mitzi's Kitty Corner, Totnes


Shannon from Ceredigion Cat Rescue, homed through Cat ChatBlack and white are the hardest colour to find homes for but glad to say that Shannon has been homed via Cat Chat. She is a lovely affectionate young cat who liked nothing better than sitting on her fosterer's shoulder and purring in her ear. In her foster home she liked to "help" to tidy her room and sort the litter trays!  She can get a bit carried away when playing so a rural home with lots of opportunity to burn off excess energy, without young children, was thought best for her.  Thank you, Cat Chat.

Ceredigion Cat Rescue, Ceredigion


Toadette from Cats 'Friends Rescue, homed through Cat ChatToadette has now found a lovely forever home through the Cat Chat page. This poor little lady was found abandoned with a bad case of ringworm, but now treated she is a stunning little girl and really pulled the heart strings of her rescuers. She is quite shy on initial meeting but soon comes round to really enjoying a fuss. We believe she could be part British Shorthair, possibly cross Persian. In her new home she couldn't be more loved.

Cats' Friends Rescue, Rothwell, Northants


Onslow from Precious Paws Cat Rescue, homed through Cat ChatOnslow was spotted on Cat Chat so massive thanks to you all. This beautiful chunk had been badly let down - abandoned on the streets, not neutered, not chipped, covered in wounds, dirty ears and matted fur. A very kind lady fed him but was elderly and struggling and so he came to us. He is a very sweet lad and affectionate but did have some insecurities due to his sad past so he needed an experienced owner in a quiet home without children. Like many street cats he was protective of his food bowl even when it was empty. He'd had such a rubbish time, and we are delighted to have secured him a happy future.

Precious Paws Cat Rescue, York



Oreo from Whinnybank Cat Sanctuary, homed through Cat ChatOreo now has a lovely new home after being spotted on Cat Chat. Oreo came into the Sanctuary very underweight, and not much was known about her background, but she needed a nice quiet home with someone who would give her all the love she'd never had. Thanks as always to Cat Chat.

Whinnybank Cat Sanctuary, Newburgh

Jack, Lawrence & Misty

Jack, Lawrence & Misty , from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend, homed through Cat ChatJack, Lawrence and Misty have been homed via Cat Chat. Jack (left) came to us from a vet in Swansea. He had been wandering, full of fleas and not neutered. He has settled in so well, as if he had always been in that home. Lawrence (middle) was a lovely stray boy, quite shy when he came in, but with TLC has much more sociable.  Misty (right) was brought in by her owner who was suffering domestic violence. She had 7 kittens with her, but only 3 survived.  We do not know much about her background or what she endured during her stay at a very violent house. She was nervous when she came in and did her best with her kittens. She protected them so well, that every time a cat passed by the cage she flew at them to attack.  As a result, we thought she would not cope with other cats. However, once her kittens had been rehomed and she was neutered, she became a very loving cat.  Misty and Lawrence were homed together to a beautiful property out in the countryside. Thank goodness for Cat Chat!

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend


Hagan-Pumpkin-Peanut_ConsettCR.jpgA bumper crop of cats also homed via Cat Chat! Hagan (left) is nervous at first of new people but soon adjusts. Peanut (right) pretends not to want a stroke, but then doesn't want you to stop. Pumpkin (middle) is short-legged almost like a Munchkin, and craves affection.There's also Krystoff, an ex-feral (no photo, sorry).

Consett Cat Rescue, Consett


Coyote, from Precious Paws Cat Rescue, York, homed through Cat ChatBeautiful little calico Coyote was adopted as a result of being seen on Cat Chat. Coyote came into rescue after the owner who loved her very much was unable to afford to keep her. She was a lively, if somewhat skittish, young cat who enjoyed human company and liked to chat. Typical for a cat of her age, Coyote is adventurous and loves to explore, wardrobes being a favourite. She enjoys attention and a good cuddle, and would frequently climb onto her fosterer’s knee for a good old stroke followed by a snooze. 

Precious Paws Cat Rescue, York


Olly has found a home thanks to appearing on Cat Chat's Overlooked page. Say hello to Olly. This big fluffly bundle of perfection is the best! Olly came in after being found living on the streets. He’s approximately 7 years old and is the most affectionate boy. He loves fuss and being picked up and cuddled. It’s tricky to get a photo because he’s always shoving his head at you!

The Cat House Rescue, Bradford



Larry & Toddy from Toe Beans Cat Rescue, homed through Cat ChatLarry (left) and Toddy (right) have been homed via Cat Chat - thanks so much. Toddy is very affectionate - a snuggly, cuddly boy - once he gets to know you, and is calm and laid back. He loves sunbathing and a nap in a quiet place, but he doesn't like loud noises. He's playful too and likes exploring cardboard boxes and chasing his laser light toy. He enjoys watching the birds from the window but doesn't seem interested in going out even when given the chance; neither does Larry. Larry's a cheeky boy, stealing food, bouncing around the room, or chasing his tail or shadow. He likes to play and is very affectionate, loving ear scratches and rubbing against you, but isn't keen on being picked up. He's quite confident but doesn't like loud noises.

Toe Beans Cat Rescue, Saffron Walden


Lilly, from Cat Action Trust 1977 Nuneaton & Hinckley, homed through Cat ChatBeautiful Lilly has now been adopted after being spotted in Cat Chat! She was crazy in love with everyone she met, you could stroke her from head to tail. She loved to headbutt you for attention and would happily take fuss for hours.  She felt most comfortable on the floor making biscuits on your knees.

Cat Action Trust 1977 Nuneaton & Hinckley


Spring, from Cat Watch Rescue Centre, Amesbury, homed through Cat ChatAffectionate and sweet Spring was homed through Cat Chat. After giving birth to three kittens, she was looking for her own forever home.

Cat Watch Rescue Centre, Amesbury

Princess, Ellen & Cassie

Princess, Ellen & Cassie, from BJ Cat Rescue with North Notts Cat Rescue, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatThese girls were homed thanks to being spotted on Cat Chat. Princess (left) was left behind, supposedly being taken on by the next house owner.  This arrangement did not work out. She loved people and wrapping her arms around your  neck   A truly affectionate girl! Ellen (middle) came into the rescue with her three siblings. These kittens were about to be thrown out onto the streets until a kind neighbour rang the rescue to take them in. Ellen was a lovely lively little girl who would get along with anyone. Cassie’s (right) story was a sad one - Cassie’s owner had no choice but to leave his property.  As there were no rescue spaces at the time, her owner took her with him to live in his car as he was unable to take her to his temporary accommodation.  After hearing of his plight we squeezed Cassie in. Cassie was the most lovely affectionate girl you could wish for, not a bad bone in her body.

BJ Cat Rescue with North Notts Cat Rescue, Nottingham

Cleo, Hattie & Charlie

Cleo, Hattie & Charlie, from BJ Cat Rescue with North Notts Cat Rescue, Nottingham, homed through Cat ChatThe following cats have been rehomed thanks to Cat Chat: Stunning Cleo (left) came into the rescue due to her owner being too old to care for her. Hattie (middle) was found wandering the streets thin, cold and hungry. Despite being microchipped, the chip was never registered and despite attempts to find her owner no one was found. This girl was exceptionally friendly and amiable. Charlie (right) came into the rescue quite some time ago. At first he was terrified of humans.  Charlie had been born outdoors with no human contact.  Over time, Charlie started loving attention and even allowing a fuss.

BJ Cat Rescue with North Notts Cat Rescue, Nottingham

Dolly & Roxy

Dollly & Roxy from All Cats Rescue Southampton, homed through Cat ChatDolly and Roxy are mum and daughter. Dolly is approx 2 years of age, and Roxy is 4 months old. Both are sweet and gentle natured, and love to play. Dolly is very friendly; Roxy too, although she is a little shy at first. They are now rehomed. The adopters got to read about them via Cat Chat. Thank you for all your help.

All Cats Rescue, Southampton



Cat Chat helped two-year old Gigi to find her forever home. Gigi was a very affectionate yet slightly shy cat. Once she warmed up she was very playful and could spend hours playing on her own, preferably with a ping pong or rolled up paper ball. She was very sweet and gentle, and also still a kitten at heart.

London Inner City Kitties, Poplar

Percy & Trudie

Percy & Trudie, from Ryedale & Scarborough Cats Welfare, Scarborough, homed through Cat ChatPercy & Trudie have found new homes through Cat Chat. Handsome Percy, found wandering, was super friendly and purred a lot. Loved people and cats. Black and white Trudie was full of fun and play, super friendly.

Ryedale & Scarborough Cats Welfare, Scarborough


Rita, from Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend, homed through Cat ChatLovely ginger Rita has been rehomed via Cat Chat. She came to us because her owner had a new baby. Very annoying, out with the cat in with a child. Loved her food, very playful although could be rough sometimes.

Maesteg Animal Welfare Society, Bridgend

Bella & Gerry

Bella & Gerry from Ann & Bill's Cat & Kitten Rescue, homed through Cat ChatTwo more of our cats have been rehomed after being seen on Cat Chat. Bella (left), a quiet young lady who likes fuss and cuddles, has been adopted by a young couple. She quickly settled in and has made herself at home. Gerry (right) came in to rescue after his former owner had problems and has been adopted by a mum and daughter as playmate to their cat. He loves affection and food, but not necessarily in that order!

Ann & Bill's Cat & Kitten Rescue, Hornchurch


Oreo and Scratch (left) are both Scottish Fold cross boys who are one year old. Oreo is a beautiful grey and white tuxedo, and Scratch is a gorgeous strawberry blond tabby. Both Oreo and Scratch are very friendly with great personalities. Unfortunately, they had to be rehomed due to their former owner's circumstances but have now found a great new home together via Cat Chat. Pippa (right) can be shy and jumpy, however, we hope that in her new home, found with the help of Cat Chat, she will adjust well. She loves sitting on a lap, and purrs lots when she is given fuss and attention. When she’s hungry, she’s very vocal, meowing and chirruping to tell you what she wants! She loves to sunbathe and sleep the day away snuggled with her humans.

Toe Beans Cat Rescue, Saffron Walden


Molly, from Precious Paws Cat Rescue, York, homed through Cat ChatMolly has been adopted thanks to Cat Chat. We are so grateful. Molly came into our care as her owner was moving into a property where she wasn't allowed :(  Molly was a little purr factory with a fluffly belly she liked to show off. She even purred while eating! She was a content girl who loved nothing more than making biscuits while giving generous head bumps. 

Precious Paws Cat Rescue, York

Betty & Pepper

Betty & Pepper from Anne and Bill's Cat Rescue, homed through Cat ChatAfter being seen on Cat Chat former stray Betty (left) has been homed: a lovely, quiet young cat who has gone to a very caring lady who with the help of her dad has done a lot of work to make a safe and secure home for Betty. Pepper (right), another very gentle girl,  has also been homed: a family with young children came to see her and fell in love with her. All the best and thank you.

Ann and Bill's Cat and Kitten Rescue, Hornchurch

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